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Filipino food

Garlic, vinegar and soy sauce simmering on the stove: the scent of my grandmother’s signature adobo dominated my childhood. It signaled that something special was about to happen, perhaps a big family celebration, though, the appearance of… 887 more words

Recipe

Banana 2 Recap

It’s been just over a week since the Banana 2 convening of APIA bloggers went down in Studio City, Los Angeles on February 26th. And boy howdy, what an incredible gathering it was. 238 more words

Awesomeness

FILIPINO CUISINE TAKES TO THE STREETS OF L.A.

If you live in Los Angeles, most of you know that gourmet food trucks are all the rage right now. At a recent sake tasting and food pairing event back in early June, a fellow blogger ( 1,816 more words

Los Angeles County

The neatest pantry - the coolest Sardines - the best bloggers. Meet Burnt Lumpia, Chocolate & Zucchini, Swirling Notions and the Food Gal

I reached out to fellow blogger Marvin, publisher of Burnt Lumpia a blog about his cooking which is Filipino, primarily. Born to Filipino parents and married to a non-Filipino, Marvin describes his blogging this way… 500 more words

Sustainability

How about a cocktail and a savory snack?

How about some laughs and some sweet stories about Aunties and Grandma and Mom? How often do you see lumpia and Sazerac in the same blog? 216 more words